Already in service with NHS Scotland, The Radio Data Networks Sewer Stack Monitor is designed to provide an early warning of blockages in sewer stacks, pipes, ducts, gullies, and culverts.
Battery powered, the unit can be installed anywhere and can be used independently, connected to a local BMS system or alarm via an on-board isolation relay. The unit’s display is easy to read giving three levels of warning and a bleep whenever an issue is detected.
Wireless Version of the Sewer Stack Alarm with Sentinel Receiver
The units may be also be supplied with a wireless interface permitting it to talk to a remote alarm panel via one of Radio Data Networks Sewer Sentinel Receivers or a Gateway Receiver.
The sensing Catheter inserted into a 40mm pipe
Uniquely, the system is suitable for use in small bore pipes right down to 22mm. Operation is fully automatic and the unit checks for changes of levels in the stack once every 15-minutes using an air back-pressure monitor technique driven via a small compressor feeding a 6mm diameter catheter that is inserted into the pipe. The small diameter of the catheter makes the system perfect for use in urinals, showers and other small bore plumbed systems.
Where mains power is available, units can also be powered via a 6V dc mains adapter.
Wireless Version of the Sewer Stack Alarm with Gateway Receiver for Connection to a BMS system